Posts Tagged ‘exercise’

Reaching the Unreachable. Part 3

Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

Team up with others

Establish collaborations with health professionals, hospitals, clinics and local physicians to develop a more comprehensive health improvement program for patients. Most of these health professionalsare seeing more patients in less time, making it impossible to give the necessary time for exercise and lifestyle-change recommendations. (more…)

What’s Tai Chi Chuan

Thursday, September 13th, 2012

Tai Chi Chuan (or T’ai Chi) was first developed by Chang San-Feng, a Taoist priest who lived during the Sung dynasty (960-1279) and the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368). He created the movements of Tai Chi Chuan after he witnessed a snake engaged in a fight with a crane. The lasting impression of the snake’s movements inspired him of the movements later known as Tai Chi Chuan. (more…)

April’s Journal: Week Two. Part 1

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

I guess I had an OK week. I lost another 4 pounds, which is more than I expected. This week started out badly, got better, got bad again and then got better. I went a little crazy on Saturday because there was no food in the house and I ate out twice. I finally went to the store so I could eat a little healthier. (more…)

Why Entertain

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

For some general managers, entertainment is a critical element in their facility’s success. David Tostado, general manager of Gold’s Gym in Ventura, Calif., believes that a majority of his members really need the distraction of entertainment. (more…)

Exercise It’s a Part of Life, a Part of Health

Monday, October 10th, 2011

The older you get, the more reason you should exercise. Just 30 minutes of exercise can have a tremendous affect on your well-being and can even help you sleep better.

Anyone, regardless of age, can participate in some form of exercise. (more…)

I Would Like to Gain Weight

Friday, July 8th, 2011

Question:
I would like to gain weight. My metabolism rate is extremely high and I exercise a lot. Can you advise me? (more…)